The six Baltimore police officers facing charges relating to the death of Freddie Gray will be tried separately, with the first trial scheduled to begin on Nov. 30.
Six police officers are scheduled to go on trial for charges relating to the death of Freddie Gray on Nov. 30. A judge will decide if jurors will hear the officers' initial statements.
Two police officers shot in the line of duty want the owners of a gun store to be held liable for the harm inflicted on them.
Operation CeaseFire deployed former gang members and felons to intervene in confrontations that can often lead to violence, but a political stalemate has left the program empty handed.
Prison Legal News says at least 147 items sent to prisoners by the advocacy group were not delivered because they were not on postcards.
The MTA had rejected the ads on the grounds that they represented political speech. Judge Colleen McMahon disagreed.
One person was killed and three others suffered gunshot wounds after a violent confrontation on Northern Arizona University's Flagstaff campus. A suspect is in custody.
Attorneys for the North Charleston, S.C., and the family of Walter Scott are hailing the city's response to police officer Michael Slager's fatal shooting of Mr. Scott as a blueprint for communities around the United States.
The same drug was delivered for the Sept. 30 execution of Richard Glossip, who received a last-minute stay because of the mistake.
A Massachusetts man was charged in federal court for sending four different bomb threats to four schools within the past year.
An Arkansas county court judge will weigh in on a lawsuit by death row inmates against the state's secrecy of lethal injection, as pharmaceutical companies tighten the reins on distribution.
A video of someone brandishing a loaded gun near an LAPD officer has been discovered to belong to an old hip-hop group. But many in law enforcement are remaining on high alert.
The Justice Department plan to reduce sentences for some 6,000 nonviolent drug offenders in federal prisons is part of a larger effort to make US justice 'work smarter.'